Wednesday 2 May - Sunday 6 May 2018

Location:  Mallorca  (Spain/Baleares, Mediterranean Sea)

PalmaVela is well established as the curtain raiser for the Mediterranean racing season but it is increasingly drawing a bigger overseas entry, a more diverse fleet, and more and more grand prix teams looking to set their year in motion racing against high quality opposition.
Host Club: Real Club Nautico de Palma
Homepage: LINK


Friday 8 June 2018 - Monday 11 June 2018

Location:  St. Tropez (France, Mediterranean Sea)

Classic offshore test. A desolate island off the coast of Corsica, La Giraglia lands its name to one of the definitives regattas in the Mediterranean. Contestants must tackle 243 miles from St. Tropez around the lighthouse-crowned rock of Giraglia and back to the mainland to Genoa. Started in 1953 it's a classic test of sailing skills: preparation, tactics, pinpoint navigation and superlative timing.
Race type: Inshore and Offshore Long Distance Race
Host Club: Yacht Club de Italiano
Homepage: LINK

ORC Worlds Den Haag

Thursday July 12 - Friday July 20 2018

Location:  Trieste ( Italy, Mediterranean Sea)

The Offshore World Championship 2018, a World Sailing sanctioned event, will take place in the Hague, specifically from the port of Scheveningen, in July 2018. An innovative solution will be used for the first time to unite the two largest offshore racing fleets.
Homepage: LINK

Regatta Copa Del Rey

To be confirmed ( July  2018 )

Location:  Palma de Mallorca (Spain, Mediterranean Sea)

The prestigious Copa del Rey (King’s Cup) is now a major date on the international yachting calendar and competing teams include America’s Cup participants. King Juan Carlos I of Spain is a former competitor and won the trophy twice in the nineties while skippering Jose Cusi’s Rogue. The King now regularly attends as a spectator with an entourage of Spanish royalty, as well as a number of local worthies including the Mayor of Palma and the President of the Balearic Islands. The Real Club Náutico de Palma (Royal Nautical Club) has been hosting the event since its birth in 1982 and has proved itself to be one of the Mediterranean’s premier yacht clubs.
Race type: Race Week
Host Club: Real Club Nautico de Palma
Homepage: LINK

Les Voiles de Saint Tropez

Saturday September 29 - Sunday October 7 2018

Location:  Saint Tropez  (France, Mediterranean Sea)

Les Voiles de St Tropez is an amazing rendezvous of yachts. First run twenty-six years ago as La Nioulargue, the regatta gathers together the most extraordinary modern sailing boats alongside the most beautiful traditional yachts in the early autumn. A host of racers and sailing enthusiasts come from all the corners of the globe to do battle in the bay of Saint-Tropez. The Rolex trophy is awarded to the winner of the Classic Division over 16 metres.
Race type: Race Week
Host Club: Société Nautique de Saint-Tropez
Homepage: LINK

Barcolana 50

Sunday October 14 2018

Location:  Palma de Mallorca (Spain, Mediterranean Sea)

Barcolana is the regatta with the most participating yachts in the Med and maybe worldwide. Attracting approximately 2100 boats and 25000 sailors Barcolana turns Trieste into Europe's capital of sailing for the whole weekend. Boats being constructed especially for this day regatta or shipped from as far as Australia and crewed by world and olympic champions proof that this is the place to be for the second weekend in October.
Race type: Weekend Regatta
Host Club: Societa Velica di Barcola e Grignano
Homepage: LINK

Rolex Middle Sea Race

Dates are coming soon

Location: Valetta (Malta, Mediterranean Sea)

Shaped to be a challenge similar to her illustrious sisters the Rolex Fastnet, the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht and the Newport Bermuda Races, this 607-mile course has more than lived up to the expectations of her creators and left us with many stories of great seamanship, unwavering courage and, perhaps above all, passion.
Race type: Long Distance Race
Host Club: Royal Malta Yacht Club
Homepage: LINK



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